Real power behind policy

5th August 2005 at 01:00
Your article on the influential figures behind education policy was fascinating because it singularly failed to mention the one group who aren't paid but sort out all the new policies with schools' senior management, namely governors. Does The TES not believe that governors have a role to play in influencing sensible education policy?

Duncan Haworth Governor 39 Gorstons Lane, Little Neston Neston, Cheshire

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